>> a couple hours, a couple weeks, could end up in a hung jury. so joey jackson, there is nothing perhaps more powerful than when you hear we don't know the cause of death. that matters. >> oh, it does indeed. but what juries have to do, and you heard 24 this frthis from t prosecution, it's about common sense. you have a person, she's healthy, of course she's going through life issues. who isn't. and as a result of that, will she take her life when there are two children and of course the gun found under the body, does that make sense if someone is committing suicide, would that be the place for it, no blood on the husband. so the cause of death issue major. is it a homicide, suicide, we don't know. but you have to evaluate this. and i think the jury will in the context of all the evidence pot just that part of it. >> i remember covering a case in michigan that was just so slam dunk.